Creating a New Organization Account

Organizations are great for businesses, venues, teams, and clients.  Instead of managing dozens of events from one dashboard and one account, an organization gives you a high-level view across multiple events, and helps you easily collaborate with your team.

Let's say that by day you are an event planner for Sydney & Sinatra, a fictitious music venue/bar in downtown Austin.  On the weekend you help coordinate volunteer events for Pete's Pets, a local animal shelter. And let's not forget your birthday party, your bi-monthly poker meetup, and the your upcoming high school reunion. (You're really busy!)

Ticketbud would recommend your birthday party, poker meetup, and high school reunion stay as they are.  All of your Sydney & Sinatra events, though, would fit perfectly into a Ticketbud Organization.

Creating your organization from scratch

We'll assume you've already signed up and logged in

To get started, find the "Create new" button at the top right of the page. (It's the + sign.)  In the drop down menu that appears, select "New organization".

To continue, just supply your Name and Billing email. 

Note: A given Organization name can only be created once on Ticketbud.  If you see a message about the name already being taken, ask your team if they already set up an organization and need to invite you. 

All done!  Your organization is set up.

Pro tip:  drag and drop your logo onto the blank profile picture to upload your logo.  This helps your team members quickly recognize your organization.  

Interacting with your organizations

You may be a member of one or more organizations, so we help you quickly switch between them while you're logged in.  

You can also add members to a specific organizations.  First, switch to that organization, as above.  Then, select "Invite someone" in the drop down in the top right.

Organizations are new to Ticketbud, and are jam-packed with features.  If you have any questions, or would like a demo customized to your needs, reach out to us!  

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